FTZs Earn $840m
FTZs Earn $840m

FTZs Earn $840m

FTZs Earn $840m

Exports from Iran’s seven free trade zones increased by 31% from $640 million two years ago to reach $840 million in the last Iranian year that ended on March 20, 2017, the deputy for production, exports and technology with the Secretariat of the High Council for Free Trade Zones and Special Economic Zones of Iran, Mehdi Bazargan, said. Kish and Qeshm in the south of the country, Chabahar in the southeast, Arvand in the southwest, Aras and Makou in the northwest and Anzali in the north are Iran’s seven FTZs, IRNA reported.


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